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  • Julie Andrews as Victoria Grant wearing a black fringe dress adorned with sequins in the 1982 film "Victor, Victoria."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Victor Victoria

    1982

    Costume seen on Julie Andrews as Victoria Grant

  • An uncredited actress as a dancer wearing a black fringe dress adorned with sequins in the episode "Safety in New York (Or Bertie Sets Sail)" of the 1992 series "Jeeves and Wooster."
    • ITV

    Jeeves and Wooster: Safety in New York (Or Bertie Sets Sail)

    1992

    Costume seen on an uncredited actress as a dancer

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About the Costume

This costume was designed by Patricia Norris (12 Years a Slave, Days of Heaven) for Julie Andrews to wear as Victoria Grant in the 1982 film Victor Victoria. The gown then made its way into the collection at Cosprop and was rented out for use in Jeeves and Wooster, where it was seen on an uncredited actress as a dancer in the third season episode Safety in New York (or Bertie Sets Sail). However, the sleeves have been altered slightly.

Cosprop occasionally will compile their costumes for themed exhibitions. Several years ago, the ensemble from Victor Victoria was displayed at their Cinematic Couture exhibit, giving viewers a look at the beautiful detail that is not as evident on screen.

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About the Costume

This costume was designed by Patricia Norris (12 Years a Slave, Days of Heaven) for Julie Andrews to wear as Victoria Grant in the 1982 film Victor Victoria. The gown then made its way into the collection at Cosprop and was rented out for use in Jeeves and Wooster, where it was seen on an uncredited actress as a dancer in the third season episode Safety in New York (or Bertie Sets Sail). However, the sleeves have been altered slightly.

Cosprop occasionally will compile their costumes for themed exhibitions. Several years ago, the ensemble from Victor Victoria was displayed at their Cinematic Couture exhibit, giving viewers a look at the beautiful detail that is not as evident on screen.

This costume was designed by Patricia Norris (12 Years a Slave, Days of Heaven) for Julie Andrews to wear as Victoria Grant in the 1982 film Victor Victoria. The gown then made its way into the collection at Cosprop and was rented out for use in Jeeves and Wooster, where it was seen on an uncredited actress as a dancer in the third season episode Safety in New York (or Bertie Sets Sail). However, the sleeves have been altered slightly.

Cosprop occasionally will compile their costumes for themed exhibitions. Several years ago, the ensemble from Victor Victoria was displayed at their Cinematic Couture exhibit, giving viewers a look at the beautiful detail that is not as evident on screen.

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  • Patricia Norris

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